Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Carpe Diem #1207 Non-Resistance

Dear Haijin, visitors and travelers,

Welcome at a new episode of our journey through magical and spiritual Tibet. Today I love to look closer to the character of the Tibetan people. Somewhere in the early fifties of the last century China annexated Tibet. The Tibetans until than didn't had a well trained army, only a small group of strong monks and some foreigners were at hand to defend the country.
The Tibetans aren't a violent race, they all are very loving and spiritual beings so China could annexate the country without any resistance. Since than the Tibetans show their thoughts about China without anger, but from out of a kind of spiritual unconditional love ... non-resistance is their power.

The Dalai Lama, like Ghandi, is a leader who shows His thoughts on the annexation of His country by the Chinese, from a non-resistance, non violent idea. Through His travels all around the globe and His temporary place to live in Nepal, He shows how strong His people are.
Several days ago I told you about the Tibetan smile ... that smile is a stronger weapon than any other weapon. Non-resistance is a stronger weapon than any other weapon.

The Beauty of Tibet
This is not a political weblog, but I love to share my thoughts about this annexation of Tibet by the Chinese. Tibet is one of the most beautiful countries on Earth, the strong spiritual way of living in Tibet makes that this country deserves to be a country again with its own spiritual leader, with its own spiritual government. The Chinese overruled this beautiful country because they couldn't handle that Tibet was a rich and spiritual country. The Chinese saw this small country (compared with China) as a threat for their own communistic policy. As we look at China nowadays than there is no need to see Tibet as a threat for their wealth, because China is one of the fastest growing economies. There is no longer need to have Tibet ... they have to give Tibet back their sovereignty ... they have to give Tibet back to their rightful owners ... the Tibetan people.

Sorry for this small piece of text about my thoughts on the case of Tibet and China, I just had to write it, share it with you all.

flowers in their hair
the Tibetan people proud and strong
conquering with a smile

© Chèvrefeuille

This episode is open for your submissions tonight at 7:00 PM (CET) and will remain open until June 19th at noon (CET). I will try to post our new "weekend-meditation", a new Time Travel episode, later on. For now .... have fun and be inspired.

1 comment:

  1. Why apologise for your beliefs and strongly held opinions! That is why we blog... to express what we feel. Long Live Free Speech !